Favorite Product of Macworld- zNitro glass screen- Nina Certified

by on February 5th, 2013

I live 3 blocks from the Moscone Convention Center where Macworld is held therefore I was aware of the Macworld geek invasion to my neighborhood and fully embraced itSmile. Geeks Unite!

My favorite product from Macworld and for good reason is the Nitro Glass (formally known as “clear protector”) which is is a tempered glass screen protector that’s hammer tested. The booth did get allot of attention since they had a Robot dancing on their Nitro glass screen iPad doing Gangnam Style.

The great people at the zNitro booth gave me a Nitro screen for my iPhone to test out and it is amazing. I don’t know how many people I run into with cracked screens and this is a great solution for those out there like me. We don’t intentionally drop our phones…it just happensSmile.

I personally drop my iPhone at least once a day if not more and so far this product rocks…I haven’t cracked it yet.

As a true geek I asked pals to see if they could see a difference versus their iPhone and besides the weight difference most said the screen was sharper then their screen.

The zNitro case is only $39.99 USD and for the amount of time we spend on our iPhones it’s worth the investment!

More Macworld product reviews to follow…stay tuned!


6 Responses to “Favorite Product of Macworld- zNitro glass screen- Nina Certified”

  1. Greg says:

    Thank you for stopping by Nina. Glad you like our Nitro Glass protector!

  2. awesome stuff! best protection on the market!

  3. Aish says:

    I brought nitro glass from groupon last month when I brought my new iPhone 5 the cover was on and I dropped it the nitro glass was cracked and broken so does my screen and not only that now that cov er is not coming off! I am really upset as there is no number to contact the customer service for this crap I spent money on and damaged my phone! I want to tk the screen off and send it to my insurance to fix it!!

  4. Rosie says:

    Yes I also purchased one from groupon and it cracked. I looked everywhere and found a small area on their site that only says how to remove it if you apply it wrong. They recommended soap and water!?!? I was like why would you use that which could potentially damage your phone. So I took a thin flathead, rubbing alcohol and a q-tip. I lifted slightly and applied rubbing alcohol until I was able to lift more and more. (Make sure to lift upward into the protector and not downward into your phone) It came off piece by piece but I managed to do it without ruining my phone.

  5. syzygy says:

    Trash for cash

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